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    Life under Lockdown: Tom Owens, principal & MD, Gensler Australia
    Life under Lockdown: Tom Owens, principal & MD, Gensler Australia

    “Our business is already set up for global connection, communication and collaboration. So, our shift to a complete remote working situation was seamless’” says Gensler MD Tom Owens.


    Sarah Lawlor from fjmt studio wins NAWIC scholarship
    Sarah Lawlor from fjmt studio wins NAWIC scholarship

    The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) says the 2020 International Women’s Day (IWD) Scholarship has been awarded to Sarah Lawlor, registered senior architect at fjmt studio, for her research proposal ‘Is Climate Leadership in the Construction Industry ‘Women’s Business’?


    Life under Lockdown: Dick Clarke
    Life under Lockdown: Dick Clarke

    According to Sustainability Awards judge and director of Envirotecture, the changes in his work routine have been both good as well as not so good


    Tone on Tuesday: On the future of cities ‘post-COVIP’
    Tone on Tuesday: On the future of cities ‘post-COVIP’

    Words matter. Regular readers of this column would have seen arguments for right-wing red necks to be called crimsons, and for spatial not social distancing.


    World Green Building Council and BBC partner on new film series says CEO
    World Green Building Council and BBC partner on new film series says CEO

    The World Green Building Council is pleased to announce a partnership with BBC StoryWorks to deliver a landmark film series, says Cristina Gamboa, CEO, World Green Building Council.


    Life under Lockdown: Jeremy Spencer from Positive Footprints
    Life under Lockdown: Jeremy Spencer from Positive Footprints

    Today we speak with Jeremy Spencer, owner and founder of Positive Footprints. The response is in its entirety and has not been altered in any way, save for grammatical or style purposes.


    Vale Gabriel Poole
    Vale Gabriel Poole

    The Australian architectural community is mourning the loss of Gabriel Poole, awarded the 1998 Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal. Gabriel was a giant of domestic modernism in Queensland.


    Life under Lockdown: Liam Proberts from bureau^proberts
    Life under Lockdown: Liam Proberts from bureau^proberts

    This is the first of our series: ‘Life under Lockdown’, where we talk to the leaders of Australia's design sector about how it is to work and live in what is increasingly a total lockdown situation. Today we speak with Liam Proberts, managing director of bureau^proberts. The response is in its entirety and has not been altered in any way, save for grammatical or style purposes.


    Tone on Tuesday 25: On design for COVID-19 – Part 2
    Tone on Tuesday 25: On design for COVID-19 – Part 2

    Last week's column posited the idea that one way to respond to Covid-19 was by design. In a nation of consumers, it is important at times of stress to look at the other side, designing and making things to be consumed.


    South Australian contractors’ federation head blasts councils for lack of ‘support’
    South Australian contractors’ federation head blasts councils for lack of ‘support’

    The Civil Contractors Federation (SA) says the behaviour of some SA councils “is completely unacceptable and totally lamentable” at a time when the community needs services and support.


    Outgoing Sydney chief commissioner Lucy Turnbull lauded
    Outgoing Sydney chief commissioner Lucy Turnbull lauded

    The Australian Institute of Architects has lauded outgoing Chief Commissioner of the Greater Sydney Commission (GSC) Lucy Hughes Turnbull for her outstanding contribution to the built environment.


    Tone on Tuesday: On design for COVID-19
    Tone on Tuesday: On design for COVID-19

    The US senator Bernie Sanders once said, “Difficult times bring out the best in people”. So, he’s as much a failure as a presidential candidate as a commentator on the contemporary crisis.


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